Patients may be forced to stay off work which will lead to a loss of earnings putting more stress on the individual and their families, possibly leaving a patient needing treatment for depression. Also the patient would have the stress and worry of passing on the infection to loved ones. All of these will lead to a loss of trust in in the organisation. Worse case death could occur. 007-4.1 Define the term risk.
Technology could also damage our ways of communicating. We would not be able to spend time with the people we love and I think that it could cause conflicts among people because of lack of communication. What do we have to do to prevent technology from taking over us? Do we have to risk our lives? People think that
The physical injury gives survivors something to hide behind. Changes, after conflict, are often seen to have a negative effect on the individual, but in some cases the endurance of the conflict can bring on a change for the positive. A transformation in the individual after encountering dissonance can forever shape their relationships with other people. Morals and beliefs can be altered through encountering altered, where the individual is forced to reflect upon their own thoughts. Survivors of conflict are never the same again.
Living in physical pain can cause one to have a negative attitude towards life in general, and can change one’s personality and can turn one into a person no one ever thought one would be. Physical and emotional pain feed off of each other and can cause a recipe for destruction that can cripple the strongest of willing and determined people. From that moment on, I have been dependent on opiates because of my pain. I would use opiates to treat my physical pain and the emotional pain that came with not being able to do what I enjoyed. Taking opiates would release the same endorphins in my brain that I would feel when I was physically active in sports, and would cause the same high feeling that I would naturally get from winning and being in the moment on the basketball court.
Words are sharper than a sword, your tongue will hurt the ones you love and do not know, words will cause you to have a bad attitude and your behavior will fall into place with all kinds of bad gestures. We have to be careful how we would like people to perceive us. Evaluating appropriate levels of self-disclosure in relationships, you and your partner have to be able to tell each other everything about each other. Only do this when you are comfortable enough, to know that what you tell your partner will not going any further, then between just the two of you, unless you do not mind sharing the information openly. The both of you should
There are several recurrent themes running through this collection such as, the lost father, the regained father, the lost love, brotherhood, betrayal and the one I found most striking was that of facelessness. Common belief would view facelessness related with invisibility, but in the book Drown, it is not. There is something within this facelessness, which makes the person all the more visible, real, pitied, hated, feared, and by some, treated with great kindness. Those who are “faced” want the “faceless” to be gone for good because they represent the fear that they will also one day suffer this fate where all that defines a person to the outside world is stripped away. They fear to be in a position where they are unloved and unlovable.
Any of which have consequences following them; I have learned to deal with the mistakes I have made and deal with them in the best manner I can. The hardest thing about making mistakes is dealing with the grief you are causing the ones closest to you. It’s the ones’ closest to me that are truly being hurt. Friends and family both ask me, if you could would you want to take back the mistakes you have made? My answer to that is no I would not; its because of the mistakes I have made that make me who I am today.
In your book you talk about both of these problems and the impact it has on the characters. By bringing down the issue to a level that a high schooler can read, more people can become educated and learn without confronting the cut and dry news stories about the same situation. More people should read this book and become educated on these events. Because they happen on a daily basis, more people can be aware of the situations occurring around them and these abductions can be stopped. Your book has made me realize the horrific events that take place can happen anywhere and for that I have a new outlook on the
1.3 People who are in care or receive support may be more vulnerable to abuse purely because they might not be able to defend their selves therefore this makes them vulnerable to abuse. Some of the main factors which contribute towards this are, neglect, physical, emotional, institutional, sexual or financial. 2.1 A. If I suspected that an individual was being abuse by one of my colleagues then I would instantly inform my line manger if not my manager, if this wasn’t taken in the correct way or serious enough then I would get in contact with the council or Whistle Blow. B.
For example if an individual needs me to speak slowly when I am explaining the process that I am about to do and I will raise the tone of my voice without me wanting to do so he/she can become agitated and restless and upset and will lose confidence in my abilities to help him/her with their daily life or even have an aggressive behaviour towards me or them and one of us can get injured. Some individuals need to see my face in order for them to be able to read my